Here I have done few modifications, corrections and adjustments.
Basically I have done some lights modifications to the text so it can reflect better the photographs. Not as a biography but more as a informative document for those who may one day, become a pilot. I added two pictures where my husband was figuring and I change one that didn’t really fit with the text and new concept. Two of these new pictures were taken during the few day I went at the office and the other one ( the studying shot ) is a new one we took today.
I want to say a big thanks to my grand-father and Eddy for their help and opinions. It’s really helpful to get different points of views. I’m living in this aviation environnement for quite a while now ( about 13 years when I joined the air cadet !!) and I see the helicopter from the point of view of the aircraft technician that I was back in my days in the military.
The first mistake that I have done while shooting these set of images was shooting from my hart (witch is not a bad thing) but really from a passionate to an other passionate in a real helicopter magazine concept. We have few of these magazine at home and true helicopter lover want to see the machine! Not the lucky dude behind the stick hahaha.
So that is what Eddy make me realize. From the point of view of my actual reader; my blog follower, my tutor and the assessors, it is not the detail of the cutter pin who’s securing that flex rod of that amazingly assembled fenestron (this type of tail rotor) that they will see … For the most of them it’s just a fan.
Than I realized how important it is to adjust your work for the viewer interpretation.